Western Leader : February 16th 2012
www.westernleader.co.nz 8 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 16, 2012 NEWS www.BowelScreeningWaitemata.co.nz 0800 924 432 » Bowel screening helps detect early signs of cancer. If you are aged between 50 and 74 years and live in the Waitemata DHB area, you will be invited to check yourself out with our free BowelScreening programme. If you're turning 75 in 2012 and wish to participate, call us before your 75th birthday. WAI1826 Have you ever been put • off by ACC? Are you entitled to a lump sum? • Are you reviewing or appealing • an ACC decision? Have you had surgery • cost declined? Call 09 578 0917 Andrew Cadenhead Accident Compensation Law Specialist www.acclaw.co.nz ACCIDENT COMPENSATION PROBLEMS The Organic Meat Specialists 356 West Coast Road, Glen Eden. Ph (09) 818 6526 Fax (09) 818 6597 • All our Sausages are Gluten and Dairy Free and made fresh on the premises • All our Beef and Lamb is Certified Organic • Our Pork is SPCA free range certified • Our Chicken is free range with no added herbicides or additives Monday 8am -- 6pm Tuesday 8am -- 6pm Wednesday 8am -- 6pm Thursday 8am -- 7pm Friday 8am -- 6pm Saturday 8am -- 4pm Sunday 10am -- 3pm DAYLIGHT SAVINGS HOURS Meeting on road widening Residents concerned about plans to widen Te Atatu Rd are holding a meeting next week at Flanshaw Road School to discuss their options. About 100 property owners will be forced to sell all or part of their properties to Auckland Transport under the Public Works Act for the project to go ahead. The road will be widened between Wake- ling Ave and the north- western motorway, as well as Edmonton Rd between School and Te Atatu roads. The Te Atatu Property Owners Group was formed last year to rep- resent those affected. Spokesman Gary Osborne says people must get good legal advice before agreeing to anything. The meeting will be in the school hall on Febru- ary 21 from 7pm. Call Mr Osborne on 834-4513 for more information. Jo's love songs a big winner By HINERANGI VAIMOSO Shout out: Jo Morgan with her very public display of affection -- a billboard with a romantic dedication to her husband. Loved up: Peter and Jo Morgan on their wedding day in 2010. Peter Morgan is a quiet guy who doesn't like to draw too much attention to himself. But his wife Jo is the com- plete opposite and she's using a massive billboard in Hen- derson to display her affec- tion. Mrs Morgan, fundraising manager for the SPCA head office in New Lynn, won Westfield Westcity's Truly, Madly, Hugely billboard com- petition. It's a campaign run at Westfield malls across the country giving one loved up shopper the chance to make a romantic shout out for all to see. Her billboard was unveiled on Valentine's Day featuring lyrics to a song the musician wrote to her husband. It's the same song she walked down the aisle to. Wish we'd met years ago, you're a Sunday-drive for my soul, you turned this house into a home,'' she says on the billboard. The Morgans met online and went on their first date on November 9, 2009. He proposed a month later and they were married on their one year anniversary. Mrs Morgan says the lines she chose from the song sum up their love perfectly. I'd been married before. I'd said I'd never get married again but when he came along I knew it was the right thing to do. So that's the bit about me wishing we'd met earlier,'' Mrs Morgan says. I'm a really bubbly, out there kind of person and he's a very calming influence so that's what the Sunday drive for my soul is about. The house into a home is in refer- ence to our partnership and the things we've achieved making a house full of love.'' Westfield general manager Linda Trainer was thrilled with the response to the com- petition. Life's too short to love quietly and Westfield is happy to help romantics shout a message of love to their special Valentine.''
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